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About Polyenso

Blending elements of neo-soul, electronica, hip-hop, and rock, Florida-based indie trio Polyenso refer to their style as "urban indie progressive." The roots of Polyenso date back to 2008 when the group's three members, Brennan Taulbee, Alexander Schultz, and Denny Agosto, originally formed the St. Petersburg-based post-hardcore group Oceana. Following a handful of releases for Rise Records and an overall shift in their sound, Oceana eventually morphed into the brighter-toned Polyenso during the recording of what would become their 2012 debut, One Big Particular Loop. Their new music shared similarities with soulful indie rock experimentalists like Glass Animals and Alt-J, and the band cited a variety of eclectic influences from Flying Lotus to Q-Tip and Björk. EP1 arrived in 2015, previewing four new tracks that would be featured on their subsequent follow-up album. In the spring of 2016, Polyenso delivered their sophomore LP, Pure in the Plastic. ~ Timothy Monger

St. Petersburg, FL



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